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Australian Fertility Specialist Who Runs an IVF and Surrogacy Business in Cambodia Arrested

November 21, 2016

(The Australian) – An Australian fertility specialist who runs an IVF and surrogacy business in Cambodia has been arrested and charged in Phnom Pen following the announcement of the country’s ban on the commercial surrogacy industry. Tammy Davis-Charles has been arrested and detained by anti-trafficking police for allegedly running an illegal surrogacy service in Cambodia, and will face court tomorrow on charges of engaging in surrogacy and allegedly falsifying documents such as birth certificates.

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